This week on New Classical Tracks, male vocal ensemble Chanticleer celebrates its 40th anniversary. Its latest release, 'Then and There, Here and Now,' takes a look back at the ensemble's history, and includes everything from Renaissance music to gospel and beyond.
This week on New Classical Tracks, the Danish String Quartet kicks off a 5-CD project connecting the dots from Bach to Beethoven and beyond. 'Prism I' traces the influence of a Bach fugue through Shostakovich's String Quartet No. 15 and Beethoven's String Quartet No. 12.
This week on New Classical Tracks, composer Patrick Hawes describes the inspiration behind his latest work, 'The Great War Symphony,' which received its U.S. premiere this past Veterans Day to mark the 100th anniversary of the World War I armistice.
This week on New Classical Tracks, Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra showcase the nuances of Beethoven's 'Eroica' Symphony, together with a warm and light interpretation of Strauss' Horn Concerto No. 1.
This week on New Classical Tracks, violinist Anne Akiko Meyers talks about her collaborations with composers Philip Glass, John Corigliano, Morten Lauridsen and others for her latest release, 'Mirror in Mirror.'
Opera singer Nadine Sierra became the youngest winner of the Metropolitan Opera Council auditions at the age of 21. This week on New Classical Tracks, she explores the immigrant experience with her new recording, 'There's a Place for Us.'
Mark McKenzie has orchestrated music for more than 100 films and composed 25 original scores. His latest film, 'Max and Me,' tells the true story of a priest who struggled to keep compassion alive in Nazi-occupied Europe, and features performances by Joshua Bell and the London Singers.